Lagoon: Those 'drift away' feels live here.

Braddon, ACT, Australia
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About

Soft muted tones engulf this beautiful tiny home-inspired space. 'Lagoon' is a purpose-built micro apartment, made for comfy and relaxing stays away from home. The full but mini kitchen, custom-built joinery, and luxury finishes combine with treetop views and thoughtfully curated design to put you in a lagoon state of mind. The boutique hotel feels and at-home convenience means you'll be able to channel 'holiday' or 'staycation' vibes. You choose!

Good to know

'Lagoon' is the second of three custom-built, cleverly themed boutique micro apartments located on the second floor, a part of the 'GREEN ROOMS'. The daringly green-painted apartment, with toned-down lagoon-themed wallpaper, can be fully or partially segregated into two different areas - kitchen/living and bedroom/laundry. The four fluted glass stackable sliding panels can be moved to reveal spaces or to close off the areas completely for a little more privacy. Follow us for more on what our place is all about: @greenroomsbraddon There is one queen-sized bed and a King Living sofa-bed in the kitchen/living area that extends electrically to a king-single bed. PLEASE NOTE: Sofa-bed linen and an extra set of towels will be supplied only when you book a 3rd person for your stay. If you would like the extras supplied without the 3rd person booking there is an additional linen charge of $50. Please let me know when you book that you would like the additional linen. The ducted air conditioning will ensure you stay comfortably cool or cozy through all of Canberra's seasons. There is on-street free parking in the cul-de-sac and on the main street. Plus you're smack bang in between two tram stops about 350m from your doorstop in both directions and electric scooters are never far away. BEDROOM / LAUNDRY: The queen-sized mattress sits on a custom-built bed base with a paneled green velvet bedhead. The bed base has inbuilt soft close draws at the end and open shelf storage along the side. The bed sits snugly against the fluted glass sliders, which can be left open with a view to the smart TV or closed if you want to separate the spaces. There is a floor-to-ceiling window facing towards the City to the right of the bed. The window looks out to the treelined street and is finished with a roller blind and sheer textured curtains so you can create the light to suit your mood. There's another floor-to-ceiling narrow window that faces west and is fitted with a black-out blind, helping to control the heat and blocking out the light when you need those extra Z's. At the bed end side, is a purpose-built suitcase storage shelf, topped with a stone benchtop. Above the bench hangs two brass hanging rails, for you to hang clothes for your stay, or to spread your things out a little when you're trying to decide on your outfit. Behind the rails, is a wide, full-length mirror plus a Remington Jetsetter 2000 (2000 watts) hair dryer. There is a Bosch washer-dryer combo under a stone benchtop and overhead cupboards equipped with laundry essentials and a steam iron. Also included is a safe if you want to pack away certain belongings when you're out and about on adventures throughout the Canberra region. KITCHEN / LIVING: The living area features a beautiful King Living sofa-bed, in a soft dark grey fabric. The sofa cushions can be moved or removed to create the ultimate comfort position. For a little bit more space (or an extra person), you simply hover your hand over the side button and the sofa electrically extends the seat deeper to a king-single bed. Sofa-bed linen and an extra set of towels will be supplied only when you book a 3rd person for your stay. If you would like the extra’s supplied without the 3rd person booking, there is an additional linen charge of $50. Please let me know when you book that you would like the additional linen. Let the light stream in through the floor-to-ceiling narrow window, or shut it out using the black-out blind. It's easy to lose time if you're staying in, watching literally anything on the 4K high-def, 43-inch Smart TV. But if you're not in the mood for watching TV, just log into your fave music app, and play your favorite tunes while you relax. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you'll need to cook up your faves. Cooking utensils, baking dishes, beautiful serveware plus the essentials like olive oil, balsamic vinegar, salt, pepper, tea, instant coffee, and sugar. There's an induction cooktop, and a combi oven which you can bake and reheat in. There's a full-sized dishwasher, an integrated half fridge (please note there is no freezer), and a Nespresso coffee machine with pods. If you're dining in, one of the two side tables will have you covered to eat your delicious cook-up. If you need to get on your laptop for a few hours, one of the side tables works perfectly as a laptop table. Simply move it in front of you and pull it in close to get a comfy position while you get some work or life admin sorted. BATHROOM: The bathroom features a gorgeous free-standing pedestal basin with brass tapware and a floor-to-ceiling narrow window with a block-out blind. The decent-sized shower comes with a monsoon shower plus a handheld shower head. Stocked with hand and body wash, plus lotion and Monday shampoo and conditioner.

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What this place offers

Amenities

Common

  • Essentials Towels, bed sheets, soap, toilet paper, and pillows
  • Air conditioning
  • Cleaning products
  • Cooking basics Pots and pans, oil, salt and pepper
  • Dishes and silverware
  • Dryer In the building, free or for a fee
  • Washing Machine In the building, free or for a fee
  • Hair dryer
  • Heating Central heating or a heater in the listing
  • Kitchen Space where guests can cook their own meals
  • TV
  • Wifi

Bathroom

  • Body soap
  • Conditioner
  • Shampoo
  • Hot Water
  • Shower gel

Bedroom and laundry

  • Bed linens
  • Hangers
  • Iron
  • Clothing storage
  • Drying rack for clothing
  • Extra pillows and blankets
  • Room-darkening shades
  • Safe

Common

  • Essentials Towels, bed sheets, soap, toilet paper, and pillows
  • Air conditioning
  • Cleaning products
  • Cooking basics Pots and pans, oil, salt and pepper
  • Dishes and silverware
  • Dryer In the building, free or for a fee
  • Washing Machine In the building, free or for a fee
  • Hair dryer
  • Heating Central heating or a heater in the listing
  • Kitchen Space where guests can cook their own meals
  • TV
  • Wifi

Bathroom

  • Body soap
  • Conditioner
  • Shampoo
  • Hot Water
  • Shower gel

Bedroom and laundry

  • Bed linens
  • Hangers
  • Iron
  • Clothing storage
  • Drying rack for clothing
  • Extra pillows and blankets
  • Room-darkening shades
  • Safe

Entertainment

  • Ethernet connection

Family

  • Babysitter recommendations

Heating and cooling

Home safety

  • Smoke detector

Internet and office

Kitchen and dining

  • Baking sheet
  • Barbecue utensils
  • Coffee
  • Coffee maker
  • Dishwasher
  • Hot water kettle
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • Toaster
  • Wine glasses

Location features

  • Laundromat nearby
  • Private entrance Separate street or building entrance

Outdoors

Parking and facilities

  • Free parking on premises
  • Free street parking
  • Paid parking off premises

Services

  • Luggage dropoff allowed For guests' convenience when they have early arrival or late departure
  • Long term stays allowed Allow stay for 28 days or more
  • Cleaning before checkout

Accessibility Getting Home

Accessibility Bedroom

Accessibility Bathroom

Accessbility in Other Room Types

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House rules

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Neighborhood

Braddon is Canberra's most densely populated suburb, so it's no surprise that the lifestyle and entertainment options in Braddon are thriving. Braddon is home to arguably some of the best coffee in Canberra. Even the most particular of coffee connoisseurs will be impressed by Barrio Collective Coffee, on Lonsdale Street and Lonsdale Street Roasters. Also on Lonsdale Street is a slew of bars and restaurants, with spots along this strip topping many of Canberra’s ‘must-visit’ lists for brunch, breweries, vino, and vibes. Staying right in the heart of it all guarantees you’ll never be bored — with different spots for date night every day of the week, there’s no reason to venture beyond Braddon. Particularly worthy of mention is Bentspoke, which is consistently named as one of Canberra’s best microbreweries, eightysix restaurant, and our favorite, Corella. You’ll see plenty of impressive street art along the roadside buildings and several yoga studios and modern gyms, art classes, and music schools all located in Braddon. Haig Park comes to life every Sunday with the Haig Park Markets. From live music, delish street eats, fresh produce, and everything in between, it's a must-do if you're in town over the weekend. When you want to head out but don't want to get right into it on Lonsdale Street, The Howling Moon is at the end of the street, right next to the Astin apartments. It's a rooftop bar with arguably one of the best views across Canberra. You can settle in with a bottle of wine or two, get some snacks or drop in for a main meal.

Guest access

You'll have access to the entire 1 bedroom micro-apartment.

Find us

Braddon is located in the inner north of Canberra and is bordered by Canberra CBD, Turner, Ainslie and Reid. There are many bus routes that run throughout Braddon, connecting the suburb to the surrounding areas, including the city centre and Parliamentary Triangle within minutes. The journey from Braddon to Parliament House takes less than 10 minutes. Braddon is also connected to the Canberra light rail system, with the Elouera Street and Ipima Street stations both providing access to Braddon. The suburb is also just shy of seven kilometers from Canberra Airport, which makes this area ideal great for fly-in, fly-out professionals. Many heritage-listed areas are located within Braddon, including the Braddon Garden City Heritage Precinct as well as Gorman House, Haig Park and Hotel Ainslie (which is now Mercure Canberra). With the history of the area still ever-apparent, it’s the new generation of establishment that makes Braddon so interesting. The central hub of Braddon is located on Lonsdale Street and is home to everything from high-class restaurants and cocktail bars to casual breweries and street eats. Walking is the easiest way to get into the CBD. There are 2 light rail stops within 350 metres if you need to go a bit further into the CBD, Dickson, Exhibition Park or Gungahlin . Or an Uber ride is a quick and cheap option if you've you don't want to walk.

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